• Open Hardware – Printy

    Printy offers an inexpensive, open source DIY 3D printer kit, with a license that paves the way for future open source solutions.

  • Highly Available

    The size and scope of today's Internet companies require more than your average SQL. Apache Cassandra is one of the NoSQL systems filling the need for high availability at scale.

  • Data Harvesting

    Web scraping lets you automatically download and extract data from websites to build your own database. With a simple scraping script, you can harvest information from the web.

  • Tutorial – Desktop Bash

    With Bash, keeping a task simple often means using several different tools that all do their jobs well. Here's an easy, effective way to create a notification for when your laptop is unplugged.

News and Articles

  • Linux to Get High Resolution Wheel Scrolling

    Work on high resolution wheel scrolling for the Linux desktop is being completed.

  • Multitool

    In just a few simple steps, you can turn a Pi Zero into a universal USB flash drive that emulates storage, a serial port, Ethernet, and more.

  • One for All

    The CircuitPython run-time environment runs on almost all microcomputers and microcontrollers, making it perfect for cross-platform programming.

  • NEWS

    In the news: Zorin OS 15.2 Now Available; Firefox to Get an Additional Sandbox Layer; Microsoft Defender ATP is Coming to Linux; South Korean Government Considers Move to Linux Desktop; OpenSSH Now Supports FIDO/U2F Security Keys; and System76 Launches New AMD Threadripper Machine.

  • SCaLE 18x

    With numerous exhibitors and workshops, SCaLE 18x covered a wide range of open source topics.

  • Tutorial – LÖVE animation

    LÖVE is an extension of the Lua language, designed to make developing games easy. In this tutorial, we'll explore this framework by creating some animated sprites.

  • On the DVD

    Manjaro 19.02 Gnome Edition and SystemRescueCd 6.1

  • Command Line – runit

    If you find systemd needlessly complicated, runit offers an easy-to-use, minimal init alternative.

  • Above the Clouds

    The free flight simulator FlightGear has improved in terms of stability and realism in recent years and offers joystick pilots massive potential for fun.

  • Edge Computing Today

    After the cloud came the Edge. We take a look at the Edge computing phenomenon and attempt to assess what all the fuss is about.

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